Cont of Odysseus

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  • Alright, I need info, stat.
  • Umm.. alrighty then let's get this over with.
  • Ok then, I've got this wonderful prophecy for ya.
  • OH. Lovely
  • Also, if/when you get home, there are multiple people trying to woo your wife. Just thought you would want to know.
  • So basically whatever you do DONT eat any of those cows that Helios has or what will end up happening will be all of your crew mates dying a horrible death with you being the only survivor and then being trapped on an island with a VERY controling, lonely woman for seven years.
  • Well. That was... something. Time to go and uh... my gosh this was maybe the worst adventure ever.
  • The son of Laertes and Tiresias meet, and Tiresias tells Odysseus of a prophecy, while simultaneously giving him a warning. Epic Hero element: divine/supernatural intervention. Epithet: Son of Laertes.
  • Well, that was... fun? Back to Circe's. These next few days are gonna be a blast, aren't they?
  • Tiresias continues telling Odysseus important and somewhat gloomy news, and telling Odysseus what not to do. Literary element: irony because what Tiresias warned Odysseus against ends up happening anyway. Epic hero element: the same divine/supernatural intervention.
  • The End
  • The foreman of men, with worrying information, leaves the underworld. Literary element: mood. Epithet: the foreman of men
  • Seriously, why are you still here?
  • Odysseus heads back to The Witch Goddess's island to find out what to do next. Epic element: vast setting. Epithet: The Witch Goddess.
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